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Revise Declarative, Interrogative and Imperative Statements

In this worksheet, students practise identifying declarative, interrogative and imperative sentences and changing one sentence type into another.

'Revise Declarative, Interrogative and Imperative Statements' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  Grammar and Vocabulary

Curriculum subtopic:  Develop Awareness of a Text's Grammatical Features

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Sentences can be declarative (statements), interrogative (questions) or imperative (orders).


 

Lily is practising her guitar. (active)

Is Lily practising her guitar? (interrogative)

Go and practise your guitar! (imperative)

 

To convert one type of sentence into another, we need to make changes to the verb and alter the word order. Interrogative sentences always end with a question mark, and imperative sentences often (but not always) end with an exclamation mark.

 

In this worksheet you can practise identifying declarative, interrogative and imperative sentences and changing one type of sentence into another.

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative (a statement), interrogative (a question) or imperative (an order).

 

Stop that now!

declarative

interrogative

imperative

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative or imperative.

 

I'm really bored!

declarative

interrogative

imperative

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative or imperative.

 

Can you come here and help me with this, please?

declarative

interrogative

imperative

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative or imperative.

 

Put that down!

declarative

interrogative

imperative

Change the following declarative sentence (statement) into an interrogative sentence (question). Don't forget the question mark!

 

Peter is doing his homework.

Change the following declarative sentence (statement) into an imperative sentence (order).

 

You are coming inside now.

Change the following interrogative sentence into a declarative sentence.

 

Is Kayla hungry?

Change the following declarative sentence into an interrogative sentence.

 

Joe is going out with Jessica.

Change the following interrogative sentence into an imperative sentence.

 

Can you close the window?

Change the following declarative sentence into an interrogative sentence.

 

Maya is Alisha's best friend.

  • Question 1

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative (a statement), interrogative (a question) or imperative (an order).

 

Stop that now!

CORRECT ANSWER
imperative
  • Question 2

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative or imperative.

 

I'm really bored!

CORRECT ANSWER
declarative
  • Question 3

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative or imperative.

 

Can you come here and help me with this, please?

CORRECT ANSWER
interrogative
  • Question 4

Decide whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative or imperative.

 

Put that down!

CORRECT ANSWER
imperative
  • Question 5

Change the following declarative sentence (statement) into an interrogative sentence (question). Don't forget the question mark!

 

Peter is doing his homework.

CORRECT ANSWER
Is Peter doing his homework?
  • Question 6

Change the following declarative sentence (statement) into an imperative sentence (order).

 

You are coming inside now.

CORRECT ANSWER
Come inside now.
Come inside now!
  • Question 7

Change the following interrogative sentence into a declarative sentence.

 

Is Kayla hungry?

CORRECT ANSWER
Kayla is hungry.
  • Question 8

Change the following declarative sentence into an interrogative sentence.

 

Joe is going out with Jessica.

CORRECT ANSWER
Is Joe going out with Jessica?
  • Question 9

Change the following interrogative sentence into an imperative sentence.

 

Can you close the window?

CORRECT ANSWER
Close the window.
Close the window!
  • Question 10

Change the following declarative sentence into an interrogative sentence.

 

Maya is Alisha's best friend.

CORRECT ANSWER
Is Maya Alisha's best friend?
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